21.9.2020 04:57 am
Political economy analyst Daniel Silke said by investigating the matter, the public protector may be on a tit for tat mission against the president.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, on the back foot for so long, could be looking for payback against President Cyril Ramaphosa as she probes the ANC’s irregular use of a SA Air Force executive jet to take a VIP group to Zimbabwe.
As South Africa faces arguably its greatest challenges, the president does not inspire confidence that he’ll be able to confront them.
The DA federal council chairperson says it ‘doesn’t take Einstein’ to know the EFF is orchestrating outrage against her, and denies the DA has any bots of its own.
Bobi Wine’s red beret has become synonymous with a fiery spirit of Ugandan resistance, long since thought to be extinguished after 33 years of ironclad rule by Museveni.
The organisation provides basic veterinary healthcare and education to communities in townships.
The Tshwane offices of the UNHCR are at the front line in a desperate struggle by refugees and asylum seekers for resettlement in safe countries.
The party wants to convince some SA voters that a version of liberalism exists which is untouched by history and context.
The outgoing mayor’s vitriol has made Johannesburg a more dangerous place for migrants and refugees.
Tito Mboweni’s mini-budget speech highlights that government’s resolve is strongest on policies that are actually quite suspect.
The mood is very different now, with young people angry about the slow pace of economic transformation.
Are the authorities responsible for managing water supplies keeping their eye on the ball?
A new study hopes to help guide the government in protecting vulnerable teenagers by understanding adolescent homicides in South Africa.
By insisting that the recent violence was ‘just crime’ and blaming migrants for our ill, politicians and commentators spread the hate that sparks pogroms.
Zweli Ndaba penned the flyer that spurred hostel dwellers and truck drivers to take part in the shutdown that led to xenophobic attacks in Gauteng.
A series of coincidental life events led to Zimbabwe’s controversial leader taking and holding on to power for almost 40 years.